Organize your students’ thoughts and knowledge of the original thirteen colonies with a graphic organizer.
Download Halloween-themed printable bookmarks for kids to hand out in the school library or classroom!
Craft a bit of creepy classroom decor for Halloween with a build-a-skeleton template.
Use this 10-page mini-book when learning about the water cycle.
Build understanding of Colonial America with a labeled 13 colonies map.
Build understanding of Colonial America with a blank 13 colonies map.
Start spooky season with a hauntingly horrific Halloween word search.
Guide your students on a trip through American history with an instructional slide deck depicting life in the New England Colonies.
Use knowledge of the steps in the water cycle to categorize examples with this sorting activity.
Review French and Indian War vocabulary with a crossword puzzle.
Provide your learners with an organized method of note-taking with a French and Indian War note-taking template.
Combine literary plot diagrams and Social Studies standards with a French and Indian war story map worksheet.
Create a graphic summary of the French and Indian War with a brochure template.
Build academic vocabulary skills with a French and Indian War word search.
Build vocabulary and understanding of the French and Indian War with a cloze reading passage worksheet.
Reveal another chapter in American History with a reading passage and graphic organizer worksheet on the French and Indian War.
Celebrate the coming of Autumn with a fall bulletin board display and an art activity.
A cute monster-themed book report template.
Practice using positive, comparative, and superlative adverbs in sentences with a set of adverb task cards.
Review stages of the water cycle with a printable game.
Build a beautiful bulletin board for Red Ribbon Week with our Pledge to be Drug-Free Poster template.
Help your students prepare for fire emergencies with a family escape plan template.
Guide your students on a trip through American history with an instructional slide deck on the Lewis and Clark expedition.
Download 180 days of morning meeting questions to foster communication and positivity while building relationships in your classroom.
Reward your students’ pledges to be drug-free with an editable and printable Red Ribbon Week certificate.
Identify positive, comparative, and superlative adverbs in sentences with a set of twenty task cards.
Celebrate Fire Prevention Week this October with an engaging word search activity.
Celebrate Fall and write imaginative stories using a collection of narrative writing prompts for second graders and beyond!
Practice using positive, comparative, and superlative adverbs with an adverb worksheet.
Create a special keepsake for dad, grandpa, uncle, or another special father figure with a Father’s Day acrostic poem template.
Practice identifying states in the five regions of the United States with a Google Interactive activity.
Use these Red Ribbon Week mindful coloring bookmarks as a fun art activity with your students.